Say hello to the song of the summer!
Adam Lambert has released the latest single, “Comin’ In Hot” from his upcoming solo album, Velvet, which will be released in two parts. Side A is due out in September.
In the video, while Adam is hanging out in a 70’s club, Lambert encounters a figure called “The Goddess,” portrayed by trans activist and mother of the ballroom house of Yves Saint Laurent Miss Shalae, who casts love spells on the bar’s witless patrons while Lambert gleefully watches.
“I want your touch come put your hands on me/ I want my love to feed your vanity/ Comin’ in hot,” Lambert sings on the song’s chorus.
Watch “Comin’ In Hot” below.
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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are ready to “make it work” at Amazon. On Wednesday, the streaming service revealed new details about their long-gestating Project Runway follow-up, including a title and a timeframe for release.
Making the Cut, which is set to debut in 2020, will bring together “12 talented entrepreneurs and designers from around the globe who are competing to take their fledgling brands to the next level in becoming the next big global phenomenon,” per the official logline.
Designs will be shoppable on Amazon, and the winner will walk away with $1 million to invest in his or her brand — which is quadruple the $250,000 prize awarded on Project Runway.
In addition, Amazon has revealed a first look at Making the Cut‘s judging panel, which consists of supermodel Naomi Campbell (who also serves as a consulting producer), former Vogue Paris EIC Carine Roitfeld, designer Joseph Altuzarra and actress/fashion icon Nicole Richie.
Read more at TV Line.
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